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Kennels / Atelier GOM

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Qinhuangdao, China
  • Architects: Atelier GOM
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  4682
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2021

Miniature Architecture: 17 Projects that Explore Interior Design for Children

The world certainly looks different through the eyes of a young child; enormous, intriguing, and somewhat overwhelming, and it has long been believed that what we encounter as children shapes up our perspective of the world. When asked about his childhood memories in Switzerland, Peter Zumthor shared that the memories of his youth contain the deepest architectural experience, which have become reservoirs of the architectural atmospheres and images that he explores in his work as an architect today. 

Having a complete understanding of how children change and grow physically and psychologically throughout their childhood requires an in depth observation of different factors, such as their hereditary traits and genetics, the interactions they have with other children and adults, as well as the environment they are living, playing, and learning in. In celebration of World Children’s Day on November 20th, we look at how architects and designers stimulated children's autonomy and promoted their mental and physical wellbeing through architecture and interior design.

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Suzhou Museum (West) / gmp Architects

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Suzhou, China

Contemporary Social Housing in China: Playing with the Constraints

Saskia Sassen, the Robert S. Lynd Professor of Sociology at Columbia University, predicts in her co-authored book “The Quito Papers and the New Urban Agendathat, in the future cities will become our crucial battlefield as we continue to fight against gentrification and growing degree of isolation in our communities. Sassen argues that, “Cities should be an inclusive space for both the affluent and the poor. Nevertheless, in reality our cities never achieved equality for all, because our cities were never designed that way. Still cities ought not to be a place that tolerates inequality or injustice”.

“SHIZIKOU” Relics Environmental Conservation and Extension / Lacime Architects

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Minsheng Wharf Block E15-3 / EID Architecture

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Shanghai, China
  • Architects: EID Architecture
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  38240
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2021

Building 3 for Fortune Art Homestay in Xiyaotou Village / Wutopia Lab

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Zhangjiakou, China
  • Architects: Wutopia Lab
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  225
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2021

Design Depot: 30 Projects that Explore Diverse Storage Solutions

With the rise of small houses and dense cities, we were forced to sacrifice a good amount of storage space. Ironically, we did not compromise our purchasing habits, so with a few square meters to work with, architects and designers had to come up with efficient storage solutions, and make the best of the limited space they have. However, if you were lucky enough to be occupying a large, unobscured space with a generous budget, your storage design possibilities are endless. In this article, we look at how architects and designers found creative ways to store their belongings in spaces with different functions, scales, and spatial constraints, ranging between completely invisible units to sculptural centerpieces.

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Duoyun Bookstore in Huangyan / Wutopia Lab

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Taizhou, China

WELL Living Lab / Superimpose Architecture

Toyou Bookstore / Wutopia Lab

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  • Architects: Wutopia Lab
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  452
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2021

Lushan Times / goa

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  • Architects: goa
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  173000
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2020

The Cloudscape of Haikou / MAD Architects

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Healing Architecture in China: Through a Sensorial and Spatial Experience

What elements and qualities does space need for a well-balanced physical and spiritual recovery? How to design spaces that are healthy for both our minds and our bodies? What makes an environment livable and sustainable in the long term?

These are the questions we need to address in the era of the rapidly developing real estate market. Why do we tend to inhabit more and more high-density residential towers? Are we necessarily more mentally secure? If not, what are the spatial solutions or cures for the current urbanites’ anxiety? In this article, we will explore ways of unwinding and finding cures in space.

Should Architecture Be Static? The Possibilities of Kinetic Buildings

Through shapes, colors, and the elements on their facades, many architects have sought to bring a sense of movement to works that are otherwise physically static. Santiago Calatrava, Jean Nouvel, and Frank Gehry are only a few of the masters who managed to provide a dynamic effect to motionless structures, highlighting the work in context using formal strategies borrowed from the plastic arts. In other cases, however, architects have also opted for physically kinetic structures that could bring a unique aesthetic or functional dimension to the work.

Hengqin International Financial Center / Aedas

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  • Architects: Aedas
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  218955
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2020

Asia Financial Center & AIIB Headquarters / gmp + THAD

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  • Architects: THAD, gmp
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  389972
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2019

DESCENTE BLANC Beijing / Schemata Architects + Jo Nagasaka

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Chaoyang Qu, China